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Federal Drive interviews -- May 23
Thursday - 5/24/2012, 1:59am EDT
Interviews will be posted later this morning
Steven Sossei — consultant, Association for Government Accountants
The Association for Government Accountants recently released a report on how well federal agencies are implementing data analytics to do things like stopping criminals from reselling food stamps and stopping stimulus money from being issued to the same company twice. While the concept is proven to be valuable, it's adoption is not universal. Why not?
First quarter sales are down for three of the top five defense contractors. Is it a sign of things to come? Sopen Shah, a BGOV defense financial analyst, offers a detailed look at the earnings for Northrop Grumman, General Dynamics and Raytheon.
Read the story: First quarter mixed for top defense contractors: BGOV Insight
BGov.com is a paid site and requires a subscription for access.
Pete Kasperowicz — staff writer, The Hill
Agencies can expect a higher level of scrutiny in the wake of several recent scandals. What impact do the misdeeds of federal employees at the Drug Enforcement Agency, the Secret Service and the General Services Administration have on the government as a whole? And will the consequences be more severe in this current atmosphere of budgetary restraint?